Payvision Expands International Management Team
Global Card Processing Provider Hires Industry Veterans To Oversee Marketing and Business Development
Amsterdam, The Netherlands (PRWEB) August 05, 2011
Payvision, one of the leading international payment solutions providers for the card-not-present marketplace, announced today that Michael Burtscher and Rolf Visser have recently joined the team as their new Vice President of Business Development and Vice President of Global Marketing, respectively.
For the past few weeks, Michael Burtscher has been actively focused on all operations involving international acquiring for Payvision’s partners and merchants while Rolf Visser has been strategically coordinating a global marketing plan to expand Payvision’s forefront position in the industry.
Michael Burtscher will be working closely with the Payvision management team to help develop the payment processing capabilities and robust network in order to assert Payvision’s relevance throughout the European marketplace. In particular, he will be focusing on opportunities present in France, arguably one of the fastest growing card-not-present (CNP) markets in Europe following the UK.
Burtscher brings almost a decade of experience and expertise in the international acquiring arena. Prior to joining Payvision, he served as Head of Third Party Risk for Visa Europe where he was responsible for ensuring registration of all third-party entities engaged in business with Visa Europe members. He also worked directly with third-party payment providers to ensure adherence to the Visa Operating Regulations including PCI DSS, the compliance programmes as well as Brand management.
“I’ve joined Payvision to seek new and exciting opportunities as a key player in the global payment landscape, while being able to bring to the role and company valuable international scheme experience,” says Burtscher. “I am very pleased to have been given the chance to join Payvision in order to further the quickly changing and fast growing opportunities in the European payment processing space.”
“We are very pleased to welcome such experienced professionals to the Payvision team,” says Rudolf Booker, CEO of Payvision. “By overseeing international acquiring for our merchants, Michael will make great strides towards our goal of expansion of our international footprint while Rolf will strategically support all areas of our business philosophy as well as long and short-term goals.”
Rolf Visser brings 22 years of experience in sales and marketing to the Payvision table. Prior to Payvision, he worked for payment service provider GlobalCollect as Head of Global Online marketing. His wealth of knowledge and experience will bring new standards to Payvision’s global marketing approach.
“I’m thrilled to work for an organization like Payvision because of its global merchant acquiring platform and fast approval and boarding processes for international accounts,” says Visser. “Its strength, decisiveness, innovation ‘sandbox’ approach, highly experienced and knowledgeable professionals and open culture are all ingredients that translate to unparalleled leadership. My goal is to improve quality and further consistency of marketing communications and establish Payvision as a recognized trusted advisor and facilitator in global card processing.”
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Payvision, a trusted leading global card processing provider, offers a comprehensive suite of products and services for the Card-Not-Present (CNP) channel that include acquiring, underwriting, risk monitoring, interchange optimization and worldwide multi-currency processing. Payvision is PSD licensed with a PCI-compliant sophisticated interface, flexible reporting and 24/7 customer service. At present, Payvision provides its global domestic acquiring expertise to retail communities and banking networks in over 40 countries and 150 currencies. Founded in 2002, Payvision is a privately held company and is headquartered in Amsterdam with offices in New York, Utah, Madrid, Singapore, and Hong Kong. Please visit http://www.payvision.com for more information.
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